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    Just wondering if anyone cud tell me the difference between an astra mk3 gsi 'redtop' engine, and a 'normal' gsi??????? thanks.
    From mk3 1.6ls, to saxo vtr,to mk4 2.0sri,to mk3 Gsi redtop

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    The first run of GSi came with the C20XE red top, and the second series came with the X20XEV Ecotec.

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    Also a difference of about 15BHP with the red top being the higher at 150BHP

    They also did a 1.8GSI with 125BHP

    Red top's the one to have IMO
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    thanks mate, reckon il go for the redtop-no point in doin half a job ay!!
    From mk3 1.6ls, to saxo vtr,to mk4 2.0sri,to mk3 Gsi redtop

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